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LOGAN Expands into Film and Television with the Launch of Logan Pictures


LR-Logan LogoCommercial production company LOGAN announced that it will launch a new film, television and new media division called Logan Pictures. The company’s first feature film, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and kicked off the 2014 New Directors / New Films Festival at the MoMA in New York City.

The new operation will be led by producer Nick Moceri and overseen by LOGAN founders Ben Conrad and Alexei Tylevich.

“Our team has brought to life some seriously groundbreaking commercial concepts for some of the world’s most iconic companies, and that’s something we’re incredibly proud of. But, as a team, we’re not even close to reaching our full creative potential,” said Conrad. “Logan Pictures gives us the opportunity to explore an entire new spectrum of production. With a festival-favorite already under our belt, it’s clear that our team harnesses the talent and vision to produce visually-appealing and emotionally-captivating film concepts in a new era of truly innovative feature films and avant-garde artistry.”

“We’re thrilled to make this leap into film and television,” said Tylevich. “Logan Pictures allows our team to expand their creative horizons by utilizing the capabilities of the entire Logan family. We look forward to delivering more unique and engaging content.”

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